Social Exclusion and Multiple Identities

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1998 Number 9

Social Exclusion and Multiple Identities
Peter Weinreich, pages -

Abstract

The commendable plans of the EU to achieve social inclusion through methods such as ‘welfare to work’ may, unintentionally, run into severe pitfalls. It is imperative that the political and cultural dimensions of these issues are brought to the fore. Peter Weinreich examines these dangers, and clarifies the possible ways of achieving the prerequisites of multiculturalism.

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